MATH

Jun
18

Interview Amy DiMeola

We interview Amy DiMeola, the new Math/Science chairperson of North Shore Middle School! Amy is also a College of St. Rose Administration student, through CITE, finishing her internship. Listen to this interview online now, by clicking here, or download it from iTunes here. She’s done her SBL and SDL through the College of St. Rose, in […]

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Math Doesn’t Need to be Relevant

Math Doesn’t Need to be Relevant Listen to this post! I recently read two things that really struck me in the conversation about the practical applicability of learning.  Here’s Gary Rubinstein, a math teacher in NYC describing a presentation he did at a math teacher’s conference.  “The idea was that math doesn’t always have to […]

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Alumni Success Stories

Click on these links to see our alumni success stories! Audio interview with Amy DiMeola: We talk about the internship that turned into her current administration position, new ways of involving parents in a school community, math and science learning on the elementary and middle school level, and more!  Amy takes us through her internship, […]

By John Russo | Alumni
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Aug
06

The Test Scores are Coming

8-6-13 THE TEST SCORES ARE COMING! THE TEST SCORES ARE COMING!   New York City’s Spring 2013 ELA and MATH scores for grades 3-8 will drop Wednesday. And by ‘drop’ we mean, both ‘get released,’ and ‘fall.’ The switch to a new test, with harder questions, has come under fire in light of the city’s […]

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